The big stories of the week say a lot about our state, our communities and our lives.
The Maricopa County Elections Department mistakenly listed the wrong date of the upcoming general election on an official government document.
Police say a father opened fire and killed a man that was beating his son in the family's Mesa front yard.
An aggressive President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney went head-to-head Tuesday night in a debate crackling with energy and emotion just three weeks before the election.
Maricopa County taxpayers settled to pay $3.25 million for the death of diabetic woman, Deborah Braillard, inside Maricopa County Jail.
Authorities say Nicholas Linsk, a man accused of hitting and killing a Valley neurologist riding a bicyclein Fountain Hills, posted bail and was released from jail Thursday.
Verdict reached: Valley woman Elizabeth Johnson, whose infant son vanished nearly three years ago, avoided what could have been a lengthy prison term of more than 20 years.
Apollo Group Inc. said that its fiscal fourth-quarter net income tumbled 60 percent, so the education company plans to close 115 of the university's mostly smaller locations.
The Catholic Diocese of Phoenix released a list of 29 clergy members who have been accused or convicted of abusing children.
Police say a 5-year-old boy died after a television fell on top of him in Phoenix.
Phoenix strip club employee, Ashton Gaddis, hired a hit man to kill a man she knew, according to investigators.